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The Orville: Hulu hasn’t yet decided if the series will be returning for season 4.

Hulu’s Craig Erwich said that they are still deciding whether or not to renew Seth MacFarlane’s The Orville for season 4.1001010. After a delay due COVID, the third season

The Orville premiered on Hulu last year, but fans have been waiting anxiously for news about the series’ fate since then. The Orville can be expensive to produce and doesn’t have a huge audience, so season 4 is unlikely. Still, the sci-fi series has a passionate fanbase and while the possibility of its return may be slight, it still exists.TVLine’s Matt Mitovich asked Craig Erwich, President of ABC Entertainment and Hulu & Disney Branded Television Streaming Originals, about the possibility of

The Orville season 4. Erwich stated that they don’t have any information right now. “It was a great show, and I know that fans loved having it back in the lives. Seth did an amazing job in front of and on the camera. But we don’t have anything to share right now.[MacFarlane]” Well… it’s not a no, so keep those fingers crossed.Related

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the U.S.S. Orville continuing their mission of exploration, as they navigate both the mysteries of the universe and the complexities of their own interpersonal relationships.” The series stars Seth MacFarlane, Adrianne Palicki, Penny Johnson Jerald, Scott Grimes, Peter Macon, Jessica Szohr, J Lee, Mark Johnson, Anne Winters, and Chad L. Coleman. Seth MacFarlane answered a question about season 4 renewal on October last month and said that he was hopeful but that it’s too expensive in a difficult streaming environment. We’ll see. We are still passionate about it, however, there is no doubt in our hearts. We’d love to do more.RelatedTwitter

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. Seth MacFarlane admitted that they didn’t get the best marketing for the series. “Season 1 10 was definitely more of an embarrassment than,” MacFarlane stated. It was not indicative of the show’s true nature. It was like you were hearing every gag in the pilot, one after the other, when in fact they were very sparse and the main focus was on the story. It didn’t help us, at least in terms of how the show was received from critics. I think a lot of them felt misled and that made them real cranky.” You can check out a review of the latest season from our own Alex Maidy right here.Would you like to see [advertising]The Orville season 4?

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